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NBA’s Draft Rules Hurting the League

Published by on June 4, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - NBA

David Stern is going to have to really think about changing the rules for entering the NBA Draft.

As it stands, the rule states that a player either has to be 19 years old, one year removed from high school graduating class, or play at least one year of college basketball.

The rule itself has done more damage then good.

Should the NBA go back to the old rule that was in place, which allowed players to declare for the NBA Draft when they turned 18?

The answer is, no way!

Yes there are players who could possibly play right away and contribute, but usually those are the exceptions to the rule.

Let's take a look at some recent one-and-done players.


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